Ted Nugent defends anti-NRA prof responsible for ‘vile’ tweet.
They don’t call me the Motor City Madman because I bite my tongue. As a free man who has an overabundance of good old American defiance and freedom attitude coursing through my veins due to the lessons learned from hanging out with heroes of the U.S. military who remind me daily that freedom is not free, I let it rip loud, proud and often.
Heavily armed with whatever media bully pulpit I can muster, I exercise my First Amendment rights like my hero Rosa Parks who refused to sit at the back of the bus when that numb-nut law existed. I’m Rosa Parks with a Gibson.
Free speech rocks. The right to express our concerns and criticize Fedzillacrats and other power abusers is a basic and fundamental God-given individual right of a free people. As much as I encourage Americans to arm themselves against bug-eyed lunatics and various other paroled vermin walking the streets, I also encourage Americans to speak up and express themselves often. The First and Second Amendments go hand in hand.
As a self-made man who bows down to no man or institution, my free speech is a veritable G.E. Minigun of truth and common sense that mows down liars, socialists and other anti-American vermin with a high capacity magazine full of facts, confirmed evidence, self-evident truths and real world logic.
Not so surprising to me or anyone else who is actually paying attention, many of our universities are intellectually poisonous dens of collectivists, socialists and Marxist vipers.
In the latest example of intellectual dishonesty, David Guth, a University of Kansas journalism professor, tweeted after the Washington, D.C., Naval Yard shooting that, “The blood is on the hands of the #NRA. Next time, let it be YOUR sons and daughters. Shame on you. May God damn you.”